What Is the Name of the River That Runs through Paris?


The name of the river that runs through Paris is the seine river. This river has a course length of 482 miles covering an area of 78650 square kilometres. This river is used commercially by boat and it also contains sightseeing spots. The source of this river is in the plateau de langres in Dijon and it ends into the English Channel as an estuary.
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Seine is a river that flows through Paris in France. It is 776 km (486 miles) long, rising at Saint-Seine near Dijon in eastern France near the Swiss Alps, flowing through Paris and into the English Channel at Le Havre. The river is navigable by ocean-going vessels, this is done up to about ten percent of its length, as far as Rouen, 120 km (75 miles) from the sea.
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